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Best Bank in Greece for 2005!

EFG Eurobank has won a number of prestigious international awards. It was selected for the third time by the internationally renowned Global Finance magazine as the “Best Bank in Greece for 2005” and was ranked first by the leading magazine Global Custodian for its custody services to local and foreign investors.

EFG Eurobank has won a number of prestigious international awards. It was selected for the third time by the internationally renowned Global Finance magazine as the “Best Bank in Greece for 2005” and was ranked first by the leading magazine Global Custodian for its custody services to local and foreign investors.

Global Finance’s annual “Best Bank” award recognizes the best performing banks all over the world. Banks in each country are judged across a range of criteria including last year’s performance, as well as their reputation and management quality. According to J.D. Giarraputo, the magazine’s publisher, “this distinction recognizes each bank’s performance; irrespective of varying market conditions, what distinguishes the award winning bank is its ongoing commitment to satisfying its clients’ needs”.
The winners were announced during a special official ceremony in Washington. Fokion Karavias, General Manager Global Markets, accepted the award on behalf of EFG Eurobank.
Global Finance has also selected EFG Eurobank as the “Best Consumer Internet Bank” as well as the “Best Corporate Internet Bank” in the Greek market. The rating criteria included the Bank’s strategy in providing e-services to its clients, its ability to attract new clients, the scope and quality of its products and services, as well as the design and functionality of its Web site. 
Furthermore, for the second year running, the Bank has won the Global Custodian “Domestic Top Rated” distinction for its custodian services and the top “Commended” distinction for the quality of its services to foreign institutional investors. According to the magazine, the annual rating criteria cover service excellence, staff expertise and flexible, user-friendly technology, as well as quality of service offered to the Custody Department clients (among which there are also the largest foreign banks)